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Poll: Can We Expect A Goal Feast Against Villa?

Our current Vital Manchester City front page poll question asks...

Which City player, if any is likely to score a hat-trick against Villa on Saturday?

With seven Premier League games played this season Manchester City has scored 23 while only letting a mere five slip past Joe Hart's fingers. Goals are certainly plentiful but will it continue?

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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 9 2011

Time: 4:16PM

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Don't think so, we'll rest a fair few players for Villarreal.
StuMCFC
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09/10/2011 16:25:00

Villa have conceded only 5 times in the league so far, same as City. McLeish has them well organised defensively, we only managed 2 points from 6 against McLeish last season with a worse side than what he's got now. We have stepped up our game, especially on how regularly we're scoring but Villa have to ex Blues in Given and Dunne that will be determined to shut us out. I'm going for a 1-0 City win.
Bluedub
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09/10/2011 16:32:00

I feel slightly cautious about this game. I still think we'll win but only by a goal or two.
tudor
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09/10/2011 16:34:00

Can't see us turning Villa over the way we've turned the likes of Swansea Spurs and Wigan over - I'll go for a 2-1 win to City, with the Dunney monster putting through his own net for old times sake...
fifthcolumnblue
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09/10/2011 19:10:00

Agbonlahor was devastating last week, we'll need to handle him very carefully. Best i've ever seen him actually.
RobsonGreensleeves
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09/10/2011 22:13:00

who's to say mario can't put another hat trick by them? he is on a blistering run of form right now, and i personally think 3-0 to city. i agree with all thats been said about villa being a better side and with mcleish they are solid defensively, but that extra bit of adventure they may have being a better side and are passing will make life difficult for them
redwhiteandbluemoon
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10/10/2011 18:22:00

Mario's a doubt with a back problem - it kept him out of the Italy squad!
fifthcolumnblue
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10/10/2011 19:07:00

yea but he's already back in training i thought, probably just a precaution because Italy is already through. can it be saturday already?
redwhiteandbluemoon
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11/10/2011 17:47:00

think we will win, but a goal feast, dont think so!! a city 2-1 win with Dunnie scoring in the last minute, as he wants to top the goal scoring charts.... Own goals that is.... lol, still think we will be top of table at 5pm,
cityman51
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11/10/2011 21:48:00

Big week for the Blues - i'll be happy with a 1-0 victory.
Thaibluefan
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13/10/2011 00:49:00

As a Villa fan i would be honest enough to say our expectations are to come away having lost. As long as we put up a fight i think most of us will be satisfied. You have some world class players of which Silva is the pick of the bunch. Any chance of getting Jimmy Milner back on loan in january ? lol .Still dont think your managers getting the best out of him. Best of luck for rest of the season apart from when you play Villa.
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